For centuries the inconsistency of Protestant practice with Protestant profession has given the Catholic Church grounds upon which to condemn Protestantism. Even today this is the vital issue upon which the Catholic Church arraigns Protestantism, and upon which she challenges and condemns the course of the Protestant world.
This book explores these issues with the prayerful hope that sincere Christians will stand consistently upon the Protestant profession rather than continuing to occupy the “indefensible, self-contradictory, and suicidal position” while standing on Catholic ground, receiving Catholic insult, and bearing Catholic condemnation? Will they indeed take the Scripture alone, as their sole authority or will they continue to hold the doctrine and practice of following the authority of the Catholic Church and of wearing the sign of her authority?
It behooves all to understand for themselves this great issue and decide for truth against error, for God rather than man and his (Acts 5:29).